Commenced in January 2007
Paper Count: 30172
Seamless Flow of Voluminous Data in High Speed Network without Congestion Using Feedback Mechanism
Abstract:Continuously growing needs for Internet applications that transmit massive amount of data have led to the emergence of high speed network. Data transfer must take place without any congestion and hence feedback parameters must be transferred from the receiver end to the sender end so as to restrict the sending rate in order to avoid congestion. Even though TCP tries to avoid congestion by restricting the sending rate and window size, it never announces the sender about the capacity of the data to be sent and also it reduces the window size by half at the time of congestion therefore resulting in the decrease of throughput, low utilization of the bandwidth and maximum delay. In this paper, XCP protocol is used and feedback parameters are calculated based on arrival rate, service rate, traffic rate and queue size and hence the receiver informs the sender about the throughput, capacity of the data to be sent and window size adjustment, resulting in no drastic decrease in window size, better increase in sending rate because of which there is a continuous flow of data without congestion. Therefore as a result of this, there is a maximum increase in throughput, high utilization of the bandwidth and minimum delay. The result of the proposed work is presented as a graph based on throughput, delay and window size. Thus in this paper, XCP protocol is well illustrated and the various parameters are thoroughly analyzed and adequately presented.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1062676Procedia APA BibTeX Chicago EndNote Harvard JSON MLA RIS XML ISO 690 PDF Downloads 1135
 Sherali Zeadally and Liqiang Zhang "Enabling gigabit network Access to end Users" IEEE proc., Vol. 92 No. 2, FEB 2004.
 Peng Wang and David .L .Mills, "Simple analysis of XCP equilibrium performance", IEEE, 2006
 Li-song, shao ,He-ying , Zhang, Wenhua,Dou,"General Window Based Congestion Control Buffer Occupancy, Network Efficiency and Packet loss" proc of CNSR-06,IEEE,2006
 Steven.L.Low,achlan.L.H.Andrew Bartek "Understanding XCP: Equilibrium and fairness", IEEE 2005
 Fernando Paganini, Steven.H.Low "Congestion Control for High Performance Stability and Fairness in General Networks" IEEE/ ACM NETWORKING, vol.13 .No.1, FEB- 2005
 Nishan R.Sastry and Simon.S.Lam "CYRF:A theory of window based unicast congestion control", IEEE/ACM TRANSACTIONS ON NETWORKING, vol. 13, APR,2005
 Yongguang and Lang "An implementation and experimental study of the explicit control protocol (XCP)", IEEE proc,2005
 Sanjeeva Athuraliya and Steven.H.Low, "REM:Active Queue Management" IEEE proc 2001
 Ramesh Johari and David Kim Hong Tang "End-to-End Congestion Control for Internet: Delays and stability", IEEE/ACM TRANSACTIONS ON NETWORKING,vol.9 No. 6, DEC 2001.
 Sally Floyd and Kevin Fall, "Promoting the use of end-to-end congestion control in internet" , IEEE/ACM TRANSACTIONS ON NETWORKING, vol. 7,no. 4,AUG- 1998
 Fernando Paganini, "Congestion control for high performance, stability, fairness in general network-by, April 4, 2003
 David X, "BIC TCP: Motivation, Architecture, Algorithms, Performance", IEEE/ ACM TRANSACTIONSONS ON NETWORKING,VOL. 14, NO. 6, DEC- 2006
 Kyle Halliday, Andrew Hurst and Jerom Nelson, "Analysis of next Generation TCP",DEC- 13,2004.
 Yee-Ting Li,Douglas Leith and Robert Shorten," Experimental Evaluation of TCP protocols for High-Speed Networks, 2004 .
 Damon Wischik , "Buffer Requirements for High Speed Routers",2006.
 Khaled M.Elleithy and Ali S.Al-Suwaiyan, "Network Traffic Characterization for High -Speed Networks Supporting Multimedia.",IEEE,2001.